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Problem Tech Solves

Tech Brief

133 Million Americans suffer from chronic conditions, according to the American Health Association. 42% of Americans have more than one condition which attributes to 90% of the healthcare spend. The high prevalence and cost of cardiometabolic disease and its direct link to lifestyle makes it a prime target of virtual health interventions because of the need for day-to-day support to stay healthy. To put it simply, what happens in the space between in-person visits is, arguably, just as important as what happens in your doctor’s office; and that’s where virtual health comes in. It’s a crucial supplement to in-person care. Omada Health’s Insights Lab, a cross-functional, data driven initiative, uncovered that as a result of the human-led care team approach, members across their program were more engaged and achieving better outcomes. - An average of 15 logins per member per week; 31 weekly points of engagement per member. - In their prevention program, an average weight loss achieved by Omada participants is associated with 50% reduction in the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. - Diabetes program members saw a 1.0 point A1C reduction on average at 1 year in the program. - For hypertension members, the average diastolic blood pressure reduction for all participants was 4.7 mm Hg. - 98% of MSK members see improvement in their area of concern.

Tech Differentiators

Many health apps over-promise and under-deliver when it comes to long-lasting outcomes for their users. Whether it be AI health coaches not understanding needs or programs too focused on weight loss rather than mindset shift, health apps have been getting it wrong. Omada’s virtual programs start and end with research, and harness the power of long-term coaching relationships. Omada is one of the few health apps that continuously conducts clinical research, behavior change research, and implements updates to their platform to deliver on promised results. Besides the 24 published clinical studies, Omada’s Insights Lab conducts ongoing research of the platform to learn members’ daily patterns, which can’t be understood through typical social determinants of health most apps track for. More than a decade since its formation, Omada's Insights Lab now draws data from more than 600,000 participants. Armed with this information, health coaches personalize their recommendations to individual members for solutions that fit their daily lifestyle. The Insights Lab found that members were: - 2x more likely to achieve positive health outcomes when they message their coach - 94% more likely to achieve health goals if they interact with their coach or community in the first week - 10-15% more likely to re-engage meal tracking after receiving timely, proactive feedback from their coach, which directly caused 0.5% more weight loss in four months Omada is committed to their members through clinical research, internal behavior change research, and constant improvement to the platform, and leading the charge in virtual-first, chronic care prevention and treatment.


Omada Health has participated in 24 published clinical studies in peer-reviewed publications including the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Preventing Chronic Disease, Translational Behavioral Medicine, the Journal of Health Economics and Outcomes Research, Population Health Management, and BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care. Cigna Diabetes Prevention Program: Omada and Cigna partnered for a two year study offering a digital diabetes prevention program to help prevent type 2 diabetes and lower the risk for heart disease. The first year studied 15,780 participants from 551 clients, and the second year studied 4,253 participants from 413 clients. The analysis of the Cigna Diabetes Prevention Program, focused on parts of 2016 and parts of 2020, found that the average net medical cost savings per participant in year one was $348 and in year two it was $989, demonstrating an increase in savings per participant by $641 in just one year alone. Additionally, the analysis found that the average percentage of weight loss by participants in year one was 2.1% and in year two it was 4.21%. Evaluating 2,828 participants in the Omada for Prevention program over two years, members who logged daily goals were 50% more likely to achieve desired health outcomes, and those who pursued the support of coaches were 250% more likely to achieve those outcomes. By combining the latest clinical guidelines with breakthrough behavior science, Omada and Cigna made it possible for populations to more easily and cost effectively manage chronic conditions and achieve lasting health outcomes.

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